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June 19, 2024, Sag Harbor, New York, USA: American music super star and movie star as well, JUSTIN RANDALL TIMBERLAKE, 43, closeup today was a mugshot by the Sag Harbor Police Department. Timberlake was charged Tuesday, June 18th with drunk driving in Sag Harbor, a village in New York's Hamptons. Timberlake has been arraigned and released from custody after being charged with one count of DWI (Driving While Intoxicated). According to sources close to his wife, the unfortunate incident has left her feeling ''embarrassed'' and unhappy. Despite her disappointment, movie star J. Biel has reportedly vowed to support Justin, even though they have yet to see each other since his arrest. According to the Daily Mail, a source close to the ''Total Recall'' actress has shared that she is unhappy about her husband's recent run-in with the law. Biel was in nearby New York City, where she's filming her new Prime Video series, ''The Better Sister,'' The insider noted that Biel is ''embarrassed'' but hopes that the incident inspires him to reduce his alcohol intake. She's also understood to be grateful that he's alive and came out unscathed but is afraid that something terrible may happen in the future if he doesn't control and turn a new leaf. ''Jessica is disappointed but he is her husband so she is by his side and will have his back through all of it,'' the tipster noted. ''She would like Justin to curb his drinking, so he never gets into a situation like this ever again. She is treating it like a slap on the wrist and is hoping that it doesn't lead to anything more severe in the future.'' (Credit Image: © Sag Harbor Police Department/ZUMA Press Wire)


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